Arrow: (S06E10) “Divided”

After a shorter pause, Arrow is back on. It began with Curtis (Echo Kellum) and Felicity  (Emily Bett Rickards) trying to make a chip to fix Diggle’s (David Ramsey) tremor … I don’t want to be negative, but? It almost seems like chips always end up fixing every single problem, like the chip implanted into Felicity to help her walk. Anyhow … That little project resulted into them finding out that they’ve been bugged, by Laurel (Katie Cassidy), most likely. That means her team has been watching every single Arrow’s move for months.

Bertinelli (Louis Ferreira) then ended up contacting Arrow. He basically snitched on Laurel and her team who threatened to take his docks, thinking that Arrow will help him, but hey … They have the same enemies, so he wasn’t completely reasonless to do this. Oliver tried to help him in the end after all, but Bertinelli’s selfishness led him into being defeated and killed.

Meanwhile Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) was quite cut off from all that drama, since she was back to dating, we could say. She would make a nice possible couple with Vincent, but … He is sadly betraying her again by teaming up with the bad guys. When she found out, she was clearly pissed off.

Oliver sincerely apologized to Rene (Rick Gonzalez), Dinah and Curtis for doing what he did in the last episode, but they decided to form their own team, instead. Dinah has a lot of motivation to take these villains down now that Vincent turned out to be a traitor, and Rene and Curtis are just as dedicated, I think.

I still imagine they will fall back into each other’s arms once all this drama is over, though. Let’s see if I’m right! And let’s see what happens next.

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